Island Escape

Yurayama Lee and her friends try to escape from an island that they have grown up in. They'll fight their way threw obstacle after obstacle. Will they escape before death comes knocking at their door. Will they be able to save their friends with such powerful forces against them.


3. Chapter 3


I’m glad that I talked to Hemrick about the whole situation. I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. His reaction was not what I was expecting. I guess I expected him o laugh and just say I was just worrying about nothing, instead he seemed really concerned about the situation. I’m glad I have a friend like him a friend I know I can trust.

Arriving at my dorm I went in and picked up the piece of paper Seareanna gave me. After I put it on my desk I completely forgot about it. I sat down on my bed and started to read what she wrote on it.

Dear Yura,

I know you don’t like me very much, but I need your help, I’m sorry if I was a little harsh earlier its just that tomorrow night at eleven thirty the guards will be taking us one by one from our rooms to take somewhere else I do not know where, but they plan on killing us off. A few days ago, I overheard these guards talking and that’s what they said. They also said something about us being failures and not needing us anymore. I hope that you can find it in your heart to help us.

Ps: I want you to come with us, you can bring Hemrick too. I know it’s a long shot, but I have too try.



When I finished reading it I had to reread it as I couldn’t believe what it said. Was this the real reason Seareanna was wanting to try and escape with the others, it would explain a lot. Even I have notice the guards acting different, but I never would have thought this way the reason for it.

“LIGHTS OUT!” a guard yelled banging on my door startling me. Putting the paper on my desk, I turned off the lights then made my way to bed.

No matter how much I tossed and turned I couldn’t sleep. With everything that’s happened today running through my head I just couldn’t settle down. What did those guards mean we’re failures? Were we apart of some experiment that we were unaware of.If so why. What’s it all mean. Could it have something to do with my abilities. It’s all too much too take in. One things for sure I’ve decided I’m gonna help Seareanna because if it means that at least some of us are able to escape, we can tell the world what they’re doing here whatever it is they’re doing.



I woke up to hear shouting outside my room. That’s just great, I love waking up in the morning with people shouting outside my room, so loudly they may as well be shouting right next door to my ear. Getting up, I opened the door too find two boys throwing punches at each other.

“Oh, for the love of god,” I cried in annoyance. I walked right up to them and bumped their heads together, knocking them out cold. “There that’s so much better,” I sighed as I stepped over them and headed for the showers.

Today, Yura has to make her choice. Whatever she chooses I’m going to be there for her. She should not have to do any of this alone. No-one should, that’s just unfair.

Entering the showers, I striped down and put the only pair of clothes I’m allowed in the washing machine then hoped into the shower. I turned on the shower and closed the cubical door. The one good thing about the bathrooms.

I’m going to ask Yura if she’ll run away with me. I want to be with her. I think I love her. I know I want her and badly at that, but I just don’t think she’d want me. I don’t think she’s interested in me. I am happy though even if we’re just friends I’ll be happy as long as she is. Her smile is all I need and could ever want or ask of her.

Finishing my shower, I got out and wrapped a towel around me and threw my clothes which had finished in the wash and put them in the dryer. Waiting for them to dry I started thinking up ideas on how I could persuade her to come with me. Every scenario I thought up only ended up with her rejecting me. I don’t think my heart could take that kind of rejection from her. It would be too painful. It’s painful just thinking about. Hearing the beep from the dryer, I took my clothes out and put them on. I guess it’s now or never I thought as I headed for the cafeteria where I knew she’d be waiting for me to eat breakfast with her as always.



“May I join you?” I looked up to see Yura standing beside the table I was sitting at.

“Sure, go ahead,” I answered. Siting across from me she started to pick at her food.

“Are sure that what the guards said is true,” Yura whispered so low I almost completely missed it.

“Yes, I’m sure, why don’t you believe me,” I said looking at her determined to have her help us.

“No, I believe you. It is just that I want to make sure it’s not a trap to deliberately draw us out,” Yura explained finally taking her first bite of her breakfast.

“I see,” I whispered as we sat in silence.

“Hey Yura, Seareanna, did you sleep well?” looking up I saw Hemrick join the table, sitting next to Yura of course.

“Fine,” me and Yura said in sync.

“Did you sleep well Hemrick?” Yura asked with a weak smile at him.

“It was fine until a bunch of idiots decided that it’ll be a good idea to get into a fight outside my dorm room this morning.” He replied with a yarn.

“Have you told him?” I turned and asked Yura.

“Told me what?” Hemrick asked.

“He knows everything except the note as I read that after I told him of your blackmail,” She replied sounding a bit agitated.

“Oh, I’m sorry about that, I really am. I’m just desperate, that’s all. I know it doesn’t make it right but please forgive me,” I pleaded her with all I had.

“It’s fine, I understand your reasons, but one thing I would like to know Seareanna and that’s how you know my secret?” Yura said sternly looking at me straight in the eye.

“I can’t,” I whispered

“What was that,” Yura craned her ears toward me “I didn’t quite catch that,”

“I said I can’t alright, I can’t tell you that. You wouldn’t believe me even if I did so I don’t see how it matters in the first place,” I yelled at her. I didn’t mean to yell but I had had enough. If I told her the truth she would never forgive me, and I would never see her again or have her help tonight. I don’t want that. I will tell her eventually, just not yet. I am not ready for that. I’m not ready, I just can’t. I can’t.

“Seareanna, are you ok, you’re crying?” I heard someone say, I don’t know who, but my vision was blurring, and I couldn’t breath anymore. Just before I passed out completely I felt someone’s arms around me. Holding me.

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